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James A. Leonard, 77 of 819 Grand Central Ave., Horseheads, unexpectedly Wednesday morning Feb. 18, 1953. Mr. Leonard was a member of the Horseheads Methodist Church and one of the oldest members of Southern Light Lodge, F&AM of Breesport. A construction foreman in the Elmira area for many years, he was foreman of the Harris Hill Building Project. Survived by wife, Mrs. Bertha Wheat Leonard; daughters, Mrs. Elsie Hotchkiss of Horseheads, Mrs. Beatrice Ladd of Westfield, Pa.; son Lawrence J. Leonard of Erin; step daughter, Mrs. Vera Bennett of Montgomery, Pa.; brother, Claude Leonard of Seekonk, Mass; 13 grandchildren; 2 great grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. The body is at the Barber funeral home, Horseheads, where friends are invited to call today from 7 to 9 p.m. and Friday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. and where funeral will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. The Earl A. Noyes, Scotchtown Cemetery, Erin. The Masonic ritual will be conducted at the funeral home Friday at 8 p.m.

Officers and members of Southern Light Lodge, F&AM, of Breesport will meet Friday at 8 p.m. at the Barber Funeral Home, Horseheads, to conduct the Masonic ritual for our late brother, James A. Leonard.
Arthur Wilson
W. Master
C. Maus,

Homer B. Lattin, 59, of Horseheads RD 3, unexpectedly Monday afternoon, June 22, 1953. Mr. Lattin was a member of the Horseheads Methodist Church and the Horseheads Grange. Survived by wife, Mrs. Margaret Lattin; daughter Mrs. Julia Lintal; sisters Mrs. Marian Gascoigne of Elmira Heights, Mrs. Florence Ketchum of Horseheads; two grandsons; several nieces and nephews. The body is at the VanBuskirk-Lynch Funeral Home, Horseheads, where friends are invited to call and where funeral will be held Thursday at 11 a.m. The Rev. Augustus Peckham, assisted by the Rev. Earl Robertson of Corning. Maple Grove, Cemetery, Horseheads.

Ezra L. Lain, Elmira farm implement dealer, died unexpectedly of a heart attack at his home in Wellsburg Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. He was 58.
Although he had suffered from a heart ailment for about a year, Mr. Lain had attended to duties and was at his office as usual Tuesday.
Through his business dealings, Mr. Lain was widely known among the farmers of the Southern Tier and Northern Pennsylvania. A native of Wellsburg, he was a blacksmith there for a number of years before he established a farm implement business on State St. The business later was moved to 700 Madison Ave.
Friendly by nature, Mr. Lain made personal friends of his customers. He took a keen interest in their welfare and his liberal credit terms were frequently the means of tiding them over periods of economic distress. He understood farm problems as the result of the operation of his own farm at Wellsburg and his advice was highly regarded.
Because of his interest in his fellow men, Mr. Lain devoted much time and effort to civic and community enterprises. He was progressive and enterprising, giving his services to any worthwhile undertaking. He was one of the founders of the Wellsburg Boy Scout Troop.
As a member of the Wellsburg Methodist church, Mr. Lain contributed not only of his energy but of his finances to develop church work. He was a member of the official board, a former superintendent of the Sunday School and a teacher of the boys’ Sunday School class for many years. He represented the church as lay delegate at the annual conference over a long period.
Mr. Lain took exceptional pride in the contributions his family had made to the development of the Chemung Valley. Dairies which he and his forebears kept., cover a period of a century and certain incidents of great historical significance. He was instrumental in founding the annual Lain reunion and was the author of a portion of the Lain genealogy.
Mr. Lain was a past master of Chemung Valley Lodge, F&AM, and a past high priest of Elmira chapter, RAM. He was a member of St. Omer’s Commandery and Newtown Battle chapter, Sons of the American Revolution. He was a former member of the Elmira Rotary Club.

Members of Chemung Valley Lodge, 350, F&AM, will meet at the Page Funeral Home, Wellsburg, Thursday at 8 p.m. to conduct services for our late brother, Ezra L. Lain.
Millard E. Squires
Worshipful Master
Floyd J. Beers,

Mrs. Roxie V. Levy, 41, of Pine city, died Tuesday, Nov. 22, 1938 at 7:30 a.m. She is survived by husband Fred Levy of Pine City; a son Lester; the mother Mrs. John Sterling of Gillett, Pa.; three sisters, Mrs. Bessie McWhorter of Gillett, Pa., Mrs. Ruth Newberry and Mrs. Winifred Avery of Mosherville; four brothers, Oakley Sterling of Pine City; Carl of Roseville, Pa., Millard and Arthur of Gillett. A private prayer service will be held in the family home Friday, 9:45 a.m. and a public funeral service in the Webb Mills church at 10 o’clock. Rev. John Gardner, Webb Mills Cemetery.

Mrs. May S. Little, 66, died unexpectedly Thursday morning, July 30, 1942 at the family home in Sullivanville. She is survived by four sons, Johnson of Sullivanville, Judd of Elmira, Robert of Goodland, Kas., and Richard at home; two brothers Charles and John Shafer of Sullivanville, and several nieces and nephews. The body is at the Gustin Funeral Home, Horseheads. Funeral announcements later.

Mrs. May S. Little, of Sullivanville. The funeral will be held at the family home Sunday at 2:30 p.m. The Rev. Harry E. Malick will officiate. Burial in Maple Grove Cemetery, Horseheads.

Frank N. Logue, late of 307 South Avenue, died Thursday Dec. 13, 1934 at 9:30 p.m.  He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Nellie Logue, two daughters, Mrs. M. John Liddy and Mrs. Kenneth Searles; a son Percy all of Elmira; a sister, Mrs. J. Edward Davis of Detroit, Mich.; a brother, Harry O. of Williamsport, Pa.; four grandchildren. Mr. Logue entered the employ of the Pennsylvania Railroad as a brakeman, Dec. 17, 1899. Two years later he was advanced as a fireman and as an engineer Nov. 5, 1902. Mr. Logue was a member of Union Lodge 95, F&AM and the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers. The body is in the Wilson Funeral Home and will be removed to the family home Saturday afternoon. The funeral will be held in the family home, Monday at 2 p.m. The Rev. C. C. Rozzell will officiate. Burial in Woodlawn Cemetery with a Masonic committal service.

Charles H. Longwell, 63, of Pine City RD 1, unexpectedly Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 14, 1951. Survived by brother William L. Longwell of Pine City RD 1; several nieces and nephews. The body is at the Holly Keck Funeral Home, where funeral will be held Sunday at 2 p.m. the Rev. Anthony B. Sampson. Webb Mills Cemetery.

Seymour Lowman, Lowman Road, died Wednesday morning, Mar. 13, 1940. Survivors are his wife, Kate; two sisters, Mrs. Furman Bolich, Sayre, Pa.; Mrs. James Wilkins, Birmingham, Ala.; two brothers Harry B. Lowman, Seattle, Wash. And Edward J. Lowman, Elmira; four daughters, Mrs. Arthur L. Stiles, Troy, Pa.; Mrs. John A. Schwab, Cape Charles, Va.; Mrs. Raymond V. Marron, Savannah, Ga.; and Mrs. Jacob R. Schlager, Sewickley, Pa; fourteen grandchildren. Funeral announcement later.

Mrs. Nellie Jenkins Logue, widow of Frank Logue, died Monday, Mar. 4, 1940 at the home of a daughter, Mrs. John Liddy, 701 Robinson St. Survivors are besides Mrs. Liddy are another daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Searles, Elmira; one son Percy R. Pittsburgh; one sister, Mrs. Clara Meeker, Elmira; two brothers, John and Jess Jenkins, Elmira; four grandchildren. She was a member of Centenary Methodist Church, auxiliary to the Pennsylvania Railroad YMCA, the GIA, 571, Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers. The body will be removed from Wilson Funeral Home late today where services will be held Thursday at 2. Rev. E. O. Spaven, Woodlawn Cemetery.

John B. Learned, 75, a resident of Pine City for 65 years, died at his home there at 5 a.m. Thursday, June 5, 1941. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Grace Bruce Learned. The body was taken to the Van Buskirk Funeral Home in Horseheads and will be removed Saturday afternoon to the Hagerman funeral home in Elmira where the funeral will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday. The Rev.L. M. Blackmer of Pine City will officiate. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery.

J. Joseph Lynch, 58, 508 S. Main St., Horseheads, Sunday, Nov. 28, 1943 after a short illness. Survived by wife, Mary Hibbard Lynch; son Joseph Hibbard Lynch; brother Mathew Lynch; sisters, Mrs. Minnie Boeitker and Mrs. Anthony Allen, Horseheads; nephews, William of Horseheads and Lt. Jack Allen of the Marine Corps; aunt Miss Katherine Lynch; uncle Frank :Lynch; grandchildren, Jan and Thomas Hibbard Lynch, all of Horseheads. Funeral notice later.

Mrs. Eleanor Hollenbeck Blackwell, 52, of Erin, died in a local hospital, Tuesday, Sept. 15, 1942, after an extended illness. She was a member and a Past Matron of the Southern Light Chapter, OES, No. 460, Breesport, N.Y. She was also a member of the Erin Methodist church. Survivors; husband, Charles J. Blackwell; parents Mr. and Mrs. Wells H. Hollenbeck of Erin; a sister, Mr. A. T. Withian of Locke, N.Y.; brothers, Giles and Glenn Hollenbeck of Erin, Fletcher Hollenbeck of Spencer; an aunt, Mrs. Lucy Stoll of Pine valley; several nieces and nephews. The body is at the Barber Funeral Home, Horseheads, and Wednesday morning will be taken to the family home where the funeral will be held Thursday 2:30 p.m. The Rev. Ernest Otter and the Rev. James Gordon. Scotchtown Cemetery, Erin.

Clark S. Bowman, 77, of North Chemung, died at his home Tuesday, Sept. 15, 1942. He was a member of the Chemung Valley Lodge, 350, F&AM. Survivors; sister, Mrs. Margaret Woodhouse of Elmira; sons, Raymond  C. Bowman of North Chemung and Harold J. Bowman of Elmira; a brother, Morris S. Bowman of Elmira. The body is at the Page Funeral Home, Wellsburg, where the funeral will be held Thursday at 2 p.m. The Rev. Edgar L. Kinner, Woodlawn Cemetery, Elmira.

John Brown, 54, of 860 E. Church St., died Friday, Oct. 30, 1942, at a local hospital. Survivors are his wife; son John Jr. of the US Army; five daughters, Mrs. Alfred Passmore, Mrs. Carl Christian, Mrs. Henry Walton, Miss Jennie Brown, all of Elmira, and Mrs. Marion Edwards of Phoenix, Pa. The body is at the Davis Funeral Home. Funeral notice later.

Eldred Bates, 82, of Ithaca St., Horseheads, Saturday, Dec. 4, 1948. Survived by wife Ida; daughters, Mrs. M. J. Croft of Nelson, Mrs. E. H. Wood of Elkland; sons, Robert of Colorado, Wellington of Horseheads; 12 grandchildren, seven great grandchildren. Body is at the Shields Funeral Home, Horseheads, where funeral will be held Tuesday 1:30 p.m. Rev. Robert McNeil. Burial at Nelson.

Mrs. Ida Hilton Bates, 75, 510 John St., Horseheads, died Monday, Aug. 12, 1940. Survivors are her husband, Eldred; two sons, Leroy Hilton of Veteran and Glen Hilton of Naples; three daughters, Mrs. Edward Whitford of Horseheads , Mrs. Edward Richer of Elmira Heights and Mrs. Walter Fife; 18 grandchildren; seven great grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Willis Welty of Presho. The body will be removed from the Gustin Funeral Home to the family home tonight where funeral will be held Thursday at 3 p.m.. DST. Maple Grove Cemetery.

George Boynton, 78, died at 9 a.m. Tuesday, July 8, 1941 at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Grace Stadelmaier at Bulkhead. He had been in ill health for the past year. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Nora Boynton; his daughter, two sons, George Boynton, Jr., and Charles Schonlever of Elmira; a sister, Mrs. Nina Carpenter of Maine; two brothers, Harry and Orr of Elmira. The body is in the Keister Funeral Home, Pine City, Pa., where the funeral will be held Thursday at 2 p.m., the Rev. Arthur H. Burnett officiating. Burial in Woodlawn Cemetery.

John D. Bogardus, Jr., died at the family home on Grand Central Ave., Horseheads, Monday evening after a long illness. He is survived by one sister, Cora at home and one brother Frank of Elmira Heights. The funeral will be held at the home at 1:30 o’clock Thursday afternoon. Burial will be in Maple Grove Cemetery, Kindly omit flowers. (handwritten on article Dec. 29, 1924)

Mrs. Samantha Barnhart died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. John Smith, at Pine City, on the Bird Creek Road, at 2:50 o’clock Sunday afternoon at the age of 84 years. Besides the daughter at whose home she died, she is survived by one son, Orr Barnhart, of Elmira Heights and two grandchildren Mable Smith and John Smith, Jr. A prayer service will be held at the home of her daughter at 1 p.m. Tuesday and at the Webb Mills church, at 2 p.m. (handwritten on article May 12, 1918)

Horace D. Baker, died at the family home on Dry Run Road near Pine City Sunday at 6:30 a.m. after a long illness, aged eighty-two. Besides his widow, he leaves a son, ?? (name unreadable) at home, a daughter, Mrs. Estella Balcom of Elmira and grandchildren. Funeral at the home Tuesday at 2 p.m. Burial in Webb Mills Cemetery.

Mrs. Eliza Baker of Pine City died this morning at 6:30 o’clock at the age of seventy-seven years.
Mrs. Baker is survived by a son J. M. Baker of Pine City; a daughter, Mrs. K. I. Balcom of Elmira; a brother James Roosa of Elmira; four grandchildren, Jessie Baker, Marian, Donald and Ruth Balcom.
The remains repose at the home of her daughter, Mrs. K. I. Balcom, 1102 Grand Central Avenue, where friends of the family may call.
The funeral will be held at that address Friday at 3 p.m. The Rev. G. Philip Jung will officiate. (handwritten on article May 5, 1920)

Mrs. Elsie M. Baker, wife of Mark H. Baker, died at her home in Pine City, early Friday morning, June 25, 1937. She is survived by her husband, one son Arthur at home, one grandson Richard. Mrs. Baker had lived in Pine City for 37 years. The body is at the home in Pine City where the funeral services will take place Monday at 2 p.m. The Rev. Elwood Scellick of Pine City will officiate. Interment in Woodlawn Cemetery.

Charles A. Brown of Main St., Horseheads. Funeral at the family home on Main St., Horseheads Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. Rev. C. Patterson-Smyth. Masonic committal services at Maple Grove Cemetery, Horseheads.

Ulysses Breese, 78, of Breesport, formerly of Horseheads, Wednesday, Dec. 27, 1944. Survived by wife, Minnie; sisters, Mrs. Henry Maricle of Breesport, Mrs. Roy Noble of Horseheads; brothers Ernest of Horseheads; Orrin of Columbus, Neb.; several nieces and nephews. The body is at Barber funeral Home, Horseheads where funeral will be held Saturday, 2:30 p.m. Rev. Malick, Maple Grove Cemetery, Horseheads.

JANUARY 18, 1926
Herman Summerfield Bundy, a well known employee at the J. J. Flanagan dry goods store, died this morning at 1:05 o’clock at the family home, 514 Davis Street, after a few days’ illness of pneumonia and complications.
Mr. Bundy formerly had been an employee of Sheehan, Dean & Co. He was an adept salesman of dress goods, and was well known to many friends.
The decedent is survived by his widow; a son Ross H. Bundy of Elmira; two daughters, Mrs. William H. Haverly of Syracuse, and Mrs. Virgil B. Tupper of Corning; a brother Myron Bundy of Sydney; a sister, Mrs. Dr. Clark of Sydney; two grandsons Ross T. Bundy and Fred D. LeValley.
Mr.Bundy was a member of the Hedding M. E. church and the R. D. Munger Bible class of that church.
The funeral will be held at the family home, Friday at 2 p.m., and will be private. The Rev. E. E. Merring will officiate. Burial in Woodlawn Cemetery.

Mrs. Mary Frances Breese died this morning at 7:30 o’clock at the home of her nephew, Charles B. Mapes, 415 West Water Street, after an extended illness, aged eighty years. She is survived by a sister, Mrs. Harriet S. Mapes, a nephew Charles B. Mapes, a niece Miss Emily W. Mapes. The remains were removed to the Harrington undertaking rooms, where the funeral will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. Burial in the Webb Mills Cemetery.

George H. Breese, a former resident of Elmira, died Monday at the family home at Miami, Fla., where the family has resided since 1913. The family while in Elmira resided at 1061 Davis Street.
The decedent is survived by his widow, two daughters, Mrs. Frank Davis and Mrs. J. M. Crist of Miami, Fla. Mrs. William H. Reid of 521 West First Street is a sister-in-law of the decedent. The funeral will be held at Miami, Fla. (handwritten on article Feb 1, 1926)

Louis C. Breese, a former resident of Elmira, at 1061 Davis Street, died yesterday at Arch Creek, Fla., after an illness of about ten days of malaria fever. Mr. Breese was a graduate of the Elmira Free Academy and was a former member of Company L. He was a guest of Elmira friends about a month ago. The decedent is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George H. Breese; two sisters, Mrs. J. Davis of Miami, Fla., and Miss Ruby Breese who is now a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Dilly of West First Street, in this city. The funeral arrangements have not been announced. (handwritten on article Sept. 25, 1914)

The funeral of Louise Breese, formerly of Elmira, who died last week in Arch Creek, Fla., was held at the family home in that place yesterday. Burial was in the Arch Creek Cemetery.

Robert T. Breon, 59, of 115 Orchard Street, Horseheads, died Wednesday at 11 p.m. of a heart seizure. Mr. Breon had been a resident of Horseheads since 1910. He was a member of the Horseheads Presbyterian Church, where he had been an elder since 1919. Mr. Breon was a member of the K. of P. and the P.O.S. of A. He is survived by the widow; four daughters, Mrs. J. Shepherd, Mrs. Lewis Cogswell, the Misses Ruth and Grace Breon; three sons, Ralph of Los Angeles, Calif.; Earl and James of Horseheads; four grandchildren, Robert and Phylis Cogswell, Marie and Owen Shepherd; three sisters, Mrs. Henry Sye of Center Hall, Pa., Mrs. Harry Frankenberger and Mrs. Oscar Hohan of State College, Pa.; two brothers John of State College, Pa.; Lewis of Millagin, Pa. The remains repose in the Gustin Funeral Home, Horseheads, until tonight. The funeral will be held in the family home, Saturday at 3 p.m. The Rev. H. E. Malick will officiate. Burial in Maple Grove Cemetery, Horseheads. (handwritten on article May 22, 1929)

Mrs. Anna Bay Breon, late of 105 Orchard Street, Horseheads. Funeral will be held in family home Wednesday at 3 p.m. The Rev. H. A. Malick will officiate. Burial in Maple Grove Cemetery, Horseheads. (handwritten on article May 1, 1935)

Mrs. Ada Belknap died this morning at 4:30 o’clock at the family home, 234 West Water Street, after one week’s illness of pneumonia. The decedent is survived by her husband, Ernest M. Belknap; three daughters, Mrs. Jessie Reese of Seeley Creek; the Misses Ernestine and Mable Belknap at home; her mother, Mrs. Ella McGlory of Nelson, Pa.; a half brother Ira Carver of Wellsburg. A son, Leon C. died in 1922. The funeral will be held Monday at 1:30 o’clock at the church in Jackson Summit, Pa. Burial in the Jackson Summit Cemetery. (handwritten on article Feb. 24, 1923)

Fleet Belknap of 120 Tuttle Avenue, died last night at 11:30 o’clock. He is survived by his widow, three children, Leslie, Boyd and Verna, all of this city; four sisters, Mrs. Linns Leabody of Cortland, Mrs. Fred Warriner, Slaterville Springs, Lettie V. and Ruth Belknap of Elmira. The funeral will be held Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Davis undertaking rooms. Burial in Woodlawn Cemetery. The Rev. A. E. Atwater of Riverside Church will officiate.

Mrs. Viola S. Belknap died Sunday at 11:30 p.m. at the family home, 310 Orchard Street. She is survived by four daughters, Mrs. L. Lebody of Cortland, Mrs. F. Warriner of Slaterville Springs and the Misses Lettie and Ruth Belknap of Elmira; also a son Carl of this city. The funeral will be held at Woodlawn Chapel Wednesday at 1 p.m., the Rev. A. E. Atwater of Riverside Methodist Episcopal Church to officiate. Burial in Woodlawn Cemetery.

Mrs. Frances H. Balmer, 59, of Pine City, RD, died at an Elmira hospital at 10 p.m. Friday, July 18, 1941. She was an active member of the Webb Mills Methodist church and the WCTU. She is survived by her husband, Arthur H. Balmer; three sons, Clare of Millerton, Glenn of Gillett and Rexford of Webb Mills; eight grandchildren. A prayer service was to be held at the family home Monday at 2:30 p.m. and the funeral at the Webb Mills Church at 3, the Rev. O. H. Travis officiating. Burial in Webb Mills Cemetery.

Mrs. Adelaide Balmer, 86, 310 Baldwin St., widow of John Balmer,  Friday, Feb. 12, 1943. Survivors: two daughters, Mrs. Warren Thatcher, Mrs. harry Watkins of Elmira; son Ford A. Balmer, Elmira; eight grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; a brother John Smith of Pine City; two sisters, Mrs. Anna Criss, Mrs. Mary Goodwin of Millerton. The body was removed to Holly Funeral Home, where the funeral will be held Sunday, 2 p.m., Rev. George Burroughs. Webb Mills Cemetery.

Abraham L. Bartholomew, 83, Pine City,  Saturday, Apr. 15, 1944, at a local hospital after a brief illness. Survived by sister, Mrs. Rhoda B. Mitchell of Priest River, Idaho; several nieces and nephews. He had made his home with Edward C. Monks of Pine City for many years. Body is at the Holly Funeral Home. Announcements later.

Mrs. Rhoda Bartholomew Mitchell, 84, of Priest River, Idaho, formerly of Seeley Creek, Wednesday, Jan. 25, 1950. Survived by son, H. J. Green of Priest River; several cousins. Funeral and burial today at Priest River.

Abraham L. Bartholomew, Pine City, Tuesday, 2:30 p.m. at the Holly Funeral Home, Rev. George Burroughs. Webb Mills Cemetery.

Ernest Belknap, 301 Pennsylvania Avenue., Thursday, Aug. 14, 1947. Survived by daughter Mabel of Elmira; brother Amos of Ithaca; sisters, Miss Blanche Belknap of Elmira, Mrs. Lloyd Watkins of Owego; seven grandchildren. Body is at the Davis Funeral Home.

Well Known Physician, Who Practiced Here Thirty Years, Expires as Result of Diseased Jaw Bone—Health been Failing
Dr. Frank H. Flood, a practicing physician in this city 30 years, died this morning about 9:30 o’clock at the family home 405 Columbia Street. Dr. Flood had been in failing health the past few years but had been confined to his home about ten days of a serious disease of the jawbone, following the extraction of several teeth, a few weeks ago. His death was not unexpected.
Dr. Frank H. Flood was born in Farmer, Seneca County, September 17, 1851. His father, Dr. James Flood was a native of Milton, pa. and removed to Seneca County in 1849 where he practiced medicine until 1867 when he removed to Geneva and continued the practice of medicine until his death in 1884. His widow, Mrs. Minerva K. Flood, yet resides in that city. Dr. Frank H. Flood was the oldest of three children. He remained in his native town until 16 years of age and pursued his elementary education in the public schools and the Ovid Seminary. Later he became a student at the Danville Seminary and graduated in the class of 1867. After completing his literary course, Dr. Flood engaged as a teacher until 1870 and during that period he devoted his leisure hours to reading medicine under the direction of his father. He took a course of lectures in the former Geneva Medical College, which is now the medical department of the Syracuse University and was graduated from the medical department of the University of New York, of New York City February 20, 1873.
The decedent first located in Fayette, Seneca County and began the practice of his profession in May, 1886. The following year he removed to Elmira and had practiced continuously until his recent illness. His practice for many years was extensive and the local medical acknowledged his competence and broad bearing.
In 1888 Dr. Flood was united in marriage to Miss Lyle R. Choate of Seneca County and to them were born two daughters, Mrs. Charles Saylor and Miss Minerva Flood both of this city. Mrs. Flood also survived him; as well as his aged mother at Geneva and a brother John Flood at Boston, Mass. While residing in Seneca Co., Dr. Flood served three terms from 1876 to ’78 as a supervisor of the Town of Varick. In 1878 he was elected as coroner of Seneca county and after his removal to Elmira he served one term in 1877 as the city coroner. March 6, 1900 Dr. Flood was elected as the mayor of Elmira, on the Republican ticket in which office he served with commendation. He worked out many practical features, introducing many improvements to the city’s profit. Dr. Flood was formerly an active member of several of the fraternal orders of the city but during the past few years he had withdrawn from those activities because of failing health. He retained his membership in the Elmira Academy of Medicine, the Chemung Count Medical Society and the Central Medical Association of New York. He was also an honorary member of the Seneca County Medical Society and the Sacramento Medical Society.
Dr. Flood was a lover of fine horses, and in his life he had owned some racers and carriage horses which had gained fame in professional lines. For many years, Dr. Flood was the local head of the Humane Society and had worked out many reforms in that line. As a man among men he was well informed and was an entertaining and instructive talker, with the ability to hold the attention of his fellows.
The funeral will be held at the family home Friday afternoon, the hour to be announced later. Burial will be in the cemetery at Interlaken, N.Y. (handwritten on article May 9, 1917)

Miss Ina Flanagan of 671 Euclid Ave., died at 11 a.m. Thursday, May 7, 1942 after an extended illness. She is survived by three sisters, the Misses Mary A. and Elizabeth S. Flanagan and Mrs. D. H. Donahue; a niece, Miss Theresa Donahue and a nephew, Edward F. Donahue, all of Elmira. The body is at the family home where the funeral will be held Saturday at 8 a.m. and at St. Patrick’s Church at 9. Burial in SS. Peter and Paul’s Cemetery.

George L. Ferguson, 67 of 412 W. Second St., Monday night, Feb. 14, 1944 at a local hospital after a brief illness. Survived by sons; Edwin A. and Clyde L. of Elmira, G. Kenneth of New York City and Lewis with the Army at Ft. Hamilton, Brooklyn; daughters, Mrs. Helen M. Kline and Miss Ruth E. Ferguson, both of Elmira; brothers, W. Henry Ferguson of Woodcliff, N.J. and Ernest of Ithaca. The body is at the Holly Funeral Home. Funeral notice later.

Mrs. Jessie M. Fleming, 86, 523 W. Franklin St., Horseheads, Tuesday, May 4, 1943 at 11 a.m. at local hospital. Survived by sister, Mrs. George B. Manning, Ridgewood, N.J.; several nieces and nephews. Funeral at VanBuskirk Funeral Home, Horseheads, Thursday 4 p.m. Rev. Richard Cramer, Maple Grove Cemetery, Horseheads.

After Only Brief Illness, Well Known Elmira Business Man Dies of Peculiar Affliction at St. Joseph’s Hospital—Death Causes Deep Regret
The critical illness of Edward T. Flanagan culminated Saturday night, when the young man died at St. Joseph’s Hospital as a result of diphtheria. The sad news came to his host of friends as a severe chock, partly because the full seriousness of his condition was not realized by friends until the close of the week.
Mr. Flanagan contracted a severe cold before the holidays, but devoted himself closely to business, and worked hard through the holiday season. After Christmas he made a business trip to New York. The day before New Year’s, Mr. Flanagan consulted a New York physician. The latter advised Mr. Flanagan to go home to his physician and put himself under treatment at once. Upon this point the physician was firm, but he tactfully said  that with prompt care there was no necessity for alarm. At the time Mr. Flanagan was scarcely able to speak, and there was a severe tightening of the throat and chest. Mr. Flanagan came home at once and went to the St. Joseph’s Hospital.
Drs. George B. Case and Dr. W. H. Soble were called and found that there was a mixed infection in the nasal passages, and that pus cavities were in evidence in the antrims, and possibly there was inflammation of the sinuses. It is not thought that there was any diphtheria during the stages of the disease early in the week. If the mixed infection in the nasal channels did embrace diphtheria germs, they probably descended through the mouth into the throat. The case, in any event, was most unusual.
Friday afternoon the patient suffered a severe seizure and in coughing particles of diphtheria membrane were expelled from the throat and he failed rapidly.
Death resulted directly from apparent diphtheria, it is stated by the physicians, but although he had been ill for upwards of ten days the diphtherietic condition was not discovered until Friday, and it is possible even now that it was not a case of true diphtheria. It may be established that death resulted indirectly, at last, if not directly, from an abscess in the trachea, which is commonly called the windpipe. The trachea, with is cartilaginous membrane, extends from below the lower mouth into the lungs. The upper end is called the larynx, and the pipe extends downward into two main branches, one going to the left lung, the other to the right lung, and in the lungs these are sub-divided into numerous ramifications. An abscess was located at about the fork in the windpipe and the cavity containing pus, due to inflammation and suppuration, drained into the system. This became definitely known when the abscess broke and flooded.
Dr. Dewitt Sherman of Buffalo, a specialist in diphtheria cases, was called Saturday but did not arrive in the city until Saturday night after Mr. Flanagan had died. It is the second death visitation in this family within a few weeks, which makes the affliction all the heavier in the home circle, and more pathetic to the family’s friends.
Only a couple of months ago the deceased’s beloved sister, Theresa Flanagan, died of influenza. A report yesterday and today had it that another member of the family was seriously ill. The report is untrue and without foundation.
Edward Flanagan was born in Elmira, September 17, 1882, and was a little over thirty-six years of age. He was unmarried. He is survived by four sisters, Misses Mary Elizabeth and Ina Flanagan, and Mrs. D. H. Donahue, a brother John J. of the U. S. Navy. His mother, whose business in the dry goods trade was very successful, died about four years ago. His father John J. Flanagan, founded the dry goods business now controlled by the family. He died about twenty-five years ago.
Edward devoted his entire time to the management of the extensive business which the family owns. He was a young man of pleasing ways, who was well liked by their host of friends and business associates, in fact everyone with whom he came in contact. The decedent was devoted to the interests of his sisters and brother.

Mrs. Kate Furman, 82, of 114 Davis St., widow of Orin Furman, died Thursday night, Feb. 26, 1942 at a local hospital. She was a member of the First Methodist Church and Harmony Chapter, 657, Order of Eastern Star. Survivors include two sons, Harry B. Furman of Elmira and O. J. Furman of Roseville, Pa.; five grandchildren and one great grandchild. The body is at the Smith & Fudge Funeral Home. Funeral announcement later.

Mrs. Mabel E. Foster, 63, of Sullivanville, Sunday, Jan. 25, 1948. Survived by husband Homer Foster; sons John and Homer, Jr.; six grandchildren all of Sullivanville; brother Ernest Smith of Elmira; several nieces and nephews. The body is at Barber Funeral Home, Horseheads, where funeral will be held Wednesday, 2 p.m. Rev. Leslie Simon, Maple Grove Cemetery, Horseheads.

Lincoln Gardner, for more than a half century one of the most widely known and highly respected farmers of the Town of Horseheads, died Thursday at his home, 818 Grand Central Ave., following a seizure about two weeks ago.
Born on the Gardner farm, just northwest of the Horseheads corporation limits, Mr. Gardner resided on the farm the greater part of his life. He was recognized as one of the county’s most progressive and successful farmers.
He was active in the Horseheads Grange many years, serving in several official capacities. Always a staunch supporter of the Chemung County Fair, he served as director of the Chemung County Agriculture Society many terms.
He also served as master of Horseheads Lodge, 364, F&AM, was active in the county past masters’ association of the Masonic order, and was honored by the fraternity a few years ago by being appointed district grand master. He attended the First Baptist Church.
Interested in the Dairymen’s League early in the life of that organization, he was auditor for the League, and visited its New York office regularly to inspect the books and accounts.
He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Ruth Duffy Gardner, a step daughter, Miss Ethel Duffy, at home; a granddaughter, Barbara Gardner, of Rochester; several nieces and nephews. Mr. Gardner was a Past Master of Horseheads Lodge F & AM, and a Past District Deputy Grand Master of the Chemung, Schuyler,  Tioga Masonic district; also a member of the Grange and Dairy League. Mr. Gardner also had served in civic offices in Horseheads and on the village school board. The body is in the Hilton Funeral Home at Big Flats and will be removed to the family home Thursday evening.  Funeral notice later.

Lincoln Gardner, Horseheads. The funeral will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. at the family home. The Rev. L. D. Bell will officiate. Burial will be in Maple Grove Cemetery, Horseheads. Horseheads Lodge, F&AM will have charge of the committal service.

Horseheads Lodge, 364, F&AM. Members meet at the Temple at 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 4 and proceed to Maple Grove Cemetery, to give Masonic committal service for our late brother, R. W. Lincoln Gardner.
Clyde E. Paull, W.M.
J. B. Donahue, Sec’y

MONDAY, SEPT. 25, 1916
After passing the good old age of 82 years, Andrew Fitzsimmons died at an early hour this morning at the ancestral home on the corner of Maple and Caton Avenues. Mr. Fitzsimmons was stricken 15 weeks ago, and since that prostration had been physically but not mentally incapacitated, and death came this morning, by reason of no ailment, but merely through the infirmity of his four score years. He was born August 18, 1834.
Andrew Fitzsimmons was born on the farm where he had always live, and whereon he died. His grandfather, John Fitzsimmons, was a young soldier in the army of General John Sullivan when he was sent by General George Washington on the famous expedition against the Indians of this valley, and which culminated in the battle of Newtown. The glistening monument commemorating that battle, is in plain sight of the Fitzsimmons home.
When the young soldier was released from the wars incident to the times that tried men’s souls, he returned to the valley which had looked so fair to him when he marched through with the conquering militia-men, and in 1790 bought the uncleared lands that became the old homestead. He was able to secure the deed to the land in 1797, so that the instrument has been in possession of the family nearly 120 years.
John Fitzsimmons had a number of children; among them a son Davis, who was the father of Andrew. Both the grandfather and father were men of prominence, and both are buried in Pioneer Cemetery, nearly opposite the home. John Fitzsimmons was Master of Union Lodge, F. & A.M. in 1820 and Andrew Fitzsimmons, at the time of his demise, was the oldest service member of Ivy Lodge, having joined the order in 1868.
Andrew Fitzsimmons was married to Miss Anna McCormick of Portville, Cattaraugus County, who died 14 years ago. They had two children, Helenna who is Mrs. J. S. Scranton of 205 Horner Street, this city and Miss Louise at home. During the long illness of their father, and, indeed, ever since the death of their mother, they gave to him all the care and loving attention that affection could suggest or prompt them to do.
Mr. Fitzsimmons served the town of Southport three terms as supervisor, and in 1896 was the candidate of the Democratic party of Chemung County for member of assembly.
The funeral service will be held at the late home on Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o’clock, with interment in Woodlawn Cemetery. At this service, the acting chaplain of Ivy Lodge, the Rev. A. E. Legg, and the Rev. R. L. Williams will officiate. The committal service will be conducted at Woodlawn Cemetery by Ivy Lodge, No. 397, F&AM.
Andrew Fitzsimmons will be remembered as a man of sterling character, a man in whose heart charity and good will dwell and were daily exemplified, a man whose home was his shrine and whose word was sacred, and always a man to whom one could turn for a pleasant word, and if need be, for a helping hand. Such men are few. Such men are always mourned by friends and held in affection’s embrace by those close to them by the tie of consanguinity.

APRIL 30, 1924
The incinerated remains of the late Jacob Sloat Fassett were returned from Buffalo at noon today, and at the convenience of the family, will be deposited in a crypt in the Fassett family compartment in the Mausoleum, at Woodlawn Cemetery. The Rev. Hugh C. Burr will conduct the committal service.

NOVEMBER 17, 1939
Mrs. Jennie C. Fassett of 459 W. First Street. Private funeral Tuesday, 3 p.m. at the family home. Rev. R. N. Dutton. Woodlawn Cemetery. Please omit flowers.

Mrs. Leah Friends Williams 26, of 313 ½ Washington St. died Tuesday Dec. 20, 1942, at 11 a.m. Survivors: husband, Pvt. James Williams; parents Mr. and Mrs. Minor Friends of Millerton; a sister Mrs. Hollis Marsh of Elmira Heights; brothers, Almond and Harry Friends of Millerton. The body is at the Keefe Funeral Home. Funeral notice later.

John Fudals, 40, of Cayuta, Friday, Dec. 16, 1949. Survived by wife, Mrs. Hazel Fudula; daughter Linda at home; mother, Mrs. Agnes Fulala of Cayuta; brothers Joseph of California, Frederick of Cayuta, Frank of Wellsburg, Andrew and George, both of Cayuta; sisters, Mrs. Mary Kendall of Alpine, Mrs. Josephine Fransen of Thiells, Mrs. Rose Dietrick of Richmond Hill, L.I.; two nieces and two nephews. The body is at the VanBuskirk-Lynch Funeral Home, Horseheads, and will be taken to the home of Mrs. Kendall at noon today. Funeral there Tuesday at 9 a.m. and at 10 at St. Mary’s Church, Horseheads. St. Mary’s Cemetery, Horseheads.

Nat Friends, 71, of Pine City RD 2, Monday afternoon, Dec. 14, 1953, following a brief illness. Mr. Friends was a member of the Alder Run (Pa) Baptist Church. Survived by wife, Mrs. Louise Friends; daughter, Mrs. Ellen Farmer of Pine City RD 2; several nieces and nephews. The body is at the Holly-Keck Funeral tonight from 7 to 9 and Wednesday from 3:30 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. and where funeral will be Thursday at 2 p.m. The Rev. Duane R. Hauser of Lindley, Alder Run (Pa) Cemetery.

Mrs. Fannie S. Ford, 73, of 10 Aspen Ridge, former owner of the Mark Twain Travel Bureau, died early today at the Arnot-Ogden Hospital after an illness of about five year. She had been a patient at the hospital since June 15.
Mrs. Ford, the daughter of Dix W. and Harriet Roy Smith, was born in Elmira Aug. 21, 1897. She was educated at local schools and attended St. Ursula’s School in Albany.
Her husband, the late Dr. Harry Hale Ford, practiced medicine in Elmira for many years before his death Dec. 25, 1921. In her early married life, Mrs. Ford wrote short stories and poems under the pen name of Virginia Hale.
After the death of Dr. Ford, she became the owner of the Mark Twain Travel Bureau which she operated until about a year before it was sold in 1947.
Mrs. Ford was a member of The Park Church and a deaconess for many years. She was active in civic affairs and at one time was vice-president of the Elmira Zonta Club.

Mrs. Fannie S. Ford, 75, of 10 Aspen Ridge, widow of Dr. Harry H. Ford, Monday, July 30, 1951. Survived by sister-in-law, Mrs. Kenneth MacDonald of Elmira; cousin, Sherman P. Voorhees of Springfield, Mass. The body is at the Smith & Fudge Funeral Home where friends may call tonight between 7 and 9. Funeral Wednesday at 3:30 p.m. in the pastors of the Park Church. The Rev. Lillian H. Chapman, Woodlawn Cemetery.

Mrs. Fannie S. Ford, 75, of 10 Aspen Ridge, widow of Dr. Harry H. Ford. Today July 30, 1951. Survived by sister-in-law, Mrs. Kenneth MacDonald of Elmira; Sherman P.Voorhees of Springfield, Mass, who made his home with Dr. and Mrs. Ford after his parents lost their lives in an automobile accident. Mrs. Ford’s brother, D. Ford Smith died in 1947. The body is at the Smith & Fudge Funeral Home. Announcement later.

Minor Friends, 70, of Millerton RD1, Pa., Monday, Oct. 8, 1951. A lifelong resident of Jackson Summit, he was a member of the Baptist Church. Survived by wife, Mrs. Cora Friends; daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Marsh of Elmira Heights; sons, Almond F. Friends of Jackson Summit and Cpl. Harry N. Friends, with the U. S. Army in Germany; brother, Nathan Friends of Pine City; four grandchildren; one great-grandchild. The body is at the Holly-Keck Funeral Home where friends may call today 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.

Minors Friends of Millerton RD 1, Pa. The body is at the Holly-Keck Funeral Home, where friends may call today 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. and where funeral will be held Thursday 2 p.m. The Rev. Kenneth McElwain. Woodlawn Cemetery.

William B. Griswold, 62, of Horseheads RD 3, unexpectedly Thursday Dec. 25, 1952. Mr. Griswold had resided at Caton, N.Y. for many years before moving to the Horseheads area 12 years ago. He was a member of the Caton Methodist Church and the Horseheads Grange. Survived by wife, Mrs. Verona Griswold; son, Donald G., Griswold with the U. A. Army in Africa; stepson George Lilley of South Attleboro, Mass.; Donald and Douglas Roe both of Erin, Norman Roe of Odessa; stepdaughter, Mrs. Donald Rolley of Malone, N.Y.; sister, Mrs. Bernard Thurber of Waverly. The body is at the VanBuskirk-Lynch Funeral Home, Horseheads, where friends are invited to call and where funeral will be held Monday at 2 p.m. The Rev. Horace R. Pittman, Maple Grove Cemetery, Horseheads.

Harry T. B. Gustin, 61, of 830 S. Main St., Horseheads, this morning Feb. 3, 1950. Survived by wife, Mrs. Cora Gustin; daughter, Mrs. Esther Morrison of Ithaca; son William D. Gustin; mother, Mrs. Currance G. Gustin both of Horseheads. The body will be taken to the family home this evening, where funeral will be held Monday at 3 p.m. The Rev. Waldo H. Kilstrom. Maple Grove Cemetery, Horseheads.

John M. Gryska of 53 Foster Ave., Tuesday evening, Feb. 17, 1953, following an extended illness. Mr. Gryska was an employee of the Kennedy Valve Manufacturing Co. Survived by wife, Mrs. Fredda Gryska; daughter, Miss Judith Gryska; step son Jack Haughton; mother Mrs. Antonia Anthony; step father John Anthony; step brother, Joseph Anthony all of Elmira; sister, Mrs. Anna Schaffer of Lafayette, N.J. The body is at the McCarthy Funeral Home, 628 Pennsylvania Ave. Funeral announcement later.

John M. Gryska of 53 Foster Ave. The body is at the family home where prayer service will be held Friday at 8:30 a.m., followed by Solemn Requiem High Mass at 9 at St. Mary’s Church. St. Peter and Paul’s Cemetery.

Charles H. Goodyear, Sr. 65, of 307 Mill St., Horseheads, died this morning at 11:30 at the Arnot-Ogden Hospital, following injuries received Friday night, when he was struck by an automobile on Grand Central Ave., just north of the Fairgrounds.
The car was operated by William C. Hagel, 21, of Ithaca, a Cornell University student whose home is in Pittsburgh.
Mr. Goodyear was born on the family farm on the Sing Sing Rd., and remained there until he was a young man. He ran a grocery business on Franklin St., Horseheads, until about 10 years ago when he retired. He served several years as a Horseheads Town assessor and was a member of the Horseheads Methodist Church, the Masons and Odd Fellows.
A son, Charles H. Goodyear, Jr., village treasurer who is in the insurance business, has been in the Strong Memorial Hospital, Rochester, several weeks. His left leg was amputated a short time ago in an effort to check spread of an infection. His condition today was reported slightly better.

Charles H. Goodyear, Sr., 65, of 307 Mill St., Horseheads, Tuesday, Oct. 19, 1948. Survived by sons, Charles H. Goodyear, Jr., of Horseheads, Mark Goodyear of Pittsburgh, Pa.; daughter, Mrs. Arthur Schneck of Elmira; sister, Mrs. George VanBuskirk of Horseheads; four grandchildren. The body is at the VanBuskirk and Lynch Funeral Home, Horseheads, where funeral will be held Friday, 2:30 p.m. The Rev. Earl Noyes. Maple Grove Cemetery, Horseheads.

Mrs. Edith R. Graves, 81, of Elmira, Friday, June 18, 1948. Survived by niece, Mrs. Myrtle Freedland of Elmira; nephew, Stephen Rhynesmith of Elmira; several cousins. The body is at the Hagerman Funeral Home, where funeral will be held Monday, 1:30 p.m. The Rev. John F. Stearns. Woodlawn Cemetery.

Michael J. Gray, 79, of Horseheads, Saturday, Sept. 24, 1949. No immediate survivors. The body is at the VanBuskirk-Lynch Funeral Home, Horseheads where funeral will be Tuesday, 8:30 a.m. and 9 at St. Mary’s Church, Horseheads. St. Mary’s Church, Horseheads.

Well Known Woman, Resident of Upper Lake Street, Near County Fair Grounds, Failed to Observe Fast Passenger Train, after Freight had Passed Crossing near Howell Farm, and Drove Her Automobile on Tracks Directly in Path of Train-Little Velma is Killed Instantly—Mother Survives Short Time.
Elmira Heights, Sept. 3—Mrs. J. Earl Gregory and her daughter, Velma, aged thirteen years, met death last evening at 6 o’clock, while crossing the crossing of the Lackawanna Railroad at the Howell Farm near the Chemung County Fair grounds. The automobile was struck by Lackawanna passenger train No. 3.  The daughter was killed instantly and the mother injured so badly that death followed at 8 o’clock.
Mrs. Gregory, accompanied by her daughter, had attended a meeting of the Horseheads Grange, held yesterday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Breese at the corner of Euclid Avenue and West First Street, in Elmira, the trip having been made by automobile. At the close of the meeting Mrs. Gregory and her daughter started for their home, going on the state road on Oakwood Avenue to the road north of the American Bridge Company’s plant, near the John McCann farm, which connects the Oakwood Avenue road with the Lake Street road and passes through the former Howell farm. The road is known as a dirt road and passes over the Erie Railroad, the Lackawanna and the Lehigh Valley Railroad tracks, near the County Fair grounds. This route was taken by Mrs. Gregory as the most direct to their home on the Lake Street road, a half mile south of the village of Horseheads.
At the Lackawanna Railroad tracks the road on each side of the railroad is 10 or 12 feet lower than the railroad road grade, the approach on each side being quite steep.
When Mrs. Gregory and her daughter reached the Lackawanna train was passing eastward. She stopped her car on the west side of the tracks. A second car occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Meeker and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Moss of this village also waited at the rear of the Gregory car. After the caboose of the freight train had cleared the crossing, Mrs. Gregory started her car. As the car reached the rails, fast passenger train No. 3, westbound, which leaves the Elmira station at 5:40 p.m., (state time) dashed from behind the freight train. Mrs. Gregory made a frantic effort to clear the crossing but the locomotive pilot struck the Maxwell automobile squarely in the side, dashing it to pieces and throwing the occupants a distance of fifty feet. The passenger train in the charge of Conductor J. J. Killen of Binghamton, Engineer Thomas Cantlin of Elmira and Fireman John Sullivan of Buffalo, was stopped a short distance from the crossing and backed to the crossing.
Mrs. Gregory had suffered frightful injuries on the head, including a fracture of the skull. Her daughter had been killed instantly. Her neck was broken.
A call was made for the Elmira Police Ambulance and Mrs. Gregory was taken to the Arnot-Ogden Hospital, where she died at 8 o’clock. The remains of her daughter were removed to the Van Buskirk Brothers undertaking rooms at Horseheads. Dr. Charles Erway and Coroner C. N. Hammond were called.
There will be an inquest held by Coroner Hammond.
The decedent was born in 1874 and before her marriage was Miss Sadie J. Clark, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Clark of Beemersville, Pa. Twenty years ago Mr. and Mrs. Gregory were married and two children were born to them, the daughter, Velma and a son, Carlton. Mr. Gregory was employed many years as a clerk in the Elmira postoffice. A few years ago they started a chicken farm near Horseheads. She was a woman of ability, loved and admired by many friends. For some time she was the Horseheads correspondent for the Star-Gazette. Mrs. Gregory was chaplain and a leading member of the Horseheads Grange. She was a woman of lovable character and kindly ways, which endeared her to all. Her daughter, Velma, was a student in the Horseheads schools. With her family, Mrs. Gregory attended the Horseheads Presbyterian Church. The decedent is survived by her husband and son Carlton, and a brother Harry C. Clark of Irvington, N.J.
The remains were removed this afternoon from the Van Buskirk undertaking rooms at Horseheads to the Gregory home on the Lake Street road, where the funeral will be held at the Horseheads Presbyterian Church will officiate. Burial will be in Maple Grove Cemetery at Horseheads. Members of the Horseheads Grange will attend the service. (handwritten on article Sept. 2, 1920)

Mrs. Susie Greenman Prentice, widow of Edward A. Prentice of Horseheads died at 2 a.m. Thursday Jan. 22, 1942, at the home of a daughter, Mrs. William O’Connor at Rochester. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. L. H. Loven of Horseheads and Mrs. O’Connor; a sister, Mrs. Grace McKee of Elmira; two granddaughters, Mrs. Ross Muxworthy and Mrs. A. McCoy both of Rochester and two great grandchildren. The body is at the Holly Funeral Home and late Thursday afternoon will be taken to the home of Mrs. McKee, 465 W. Third St., where the funeral will be held Saturday at 2 p.m., the Rev. Henry E. Hubbard officiating. Burial in Maple Grove Cemetery, Horseheads.

Charles Goodrich, 70, of Grand Central Ave., Horseheads, died at 3 a.m. Saturday, July 15, 1939, in an Elmira hospital after a long illness. He conducted a garage in Horseheads for 20 years and was formerly a member of the Horseheads Village Board. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Sarah Goodrich; one son, Gordon of Horseheads;one daughter, Mrs. John Drury of Horseheads; five grandchildren; two sisters, Miss Lydia Goodrich of Elmira and Mrs. Burt Stamp of Leroy, N.Y.; three brothers, Leon of Elmira; Jasper of Breesport and Frank of Beechwood, N.J. The body is in the Shields Funeral Home, Horseheads. Funeral announcement later.

Judson R. Gardner, 76, of Sing Sing Rd., Town of Big Flats, died at 10 a.m. Monday, July 6, 1942. Survivors: wife, Mrs. Lula Gardner; three daughters, Mrs. Bernice Wead, Catlin, Mrs. Leona Edminster, Sing Sing Rd., and Mrs. Deletha Johnson at home. The funeral will be held Thursday at 2 p.m. at the family home. The Rev. Harry A. Sagar, Jr. will officiate. Burial will be in Maple Grove Cemetery, Horseheads. Mr. Gardner was a member of Horseheads Lodge, IOOF.

Two former Chemung County serviceman who gave their lives in action in World War II were laid to rest here Wednesday and today.
The Rev. Herbert Gordon officiated this afternoon at services for Sgt. David B. Goodwin, son of Mrs. Isabel Goodwin of 564 Post St. Burial was in the family plot in Woodlawn Cemetery.
Sgt. Goodwin was killed Feb. 20, 1945, on Saipan.
Bearers were Winton Becker, Carl and Wayland Moore, Harold Bowman, Robert Trader and Raymond Eames. The Veterans of Foreign Wars firing squad and bugler assisted in the military rites.

Sgt. David B. Goodwin of 564 Post St. Body will arrive today, 6 p.m. and will be taken to the Hagerman Funeral Home, where friends may call this evening and Thursday. Funeral there Thursday, 3:30 p.m. Rev. Herbert Gordon. Woodlawn Cemetery.

Richard Albert Garrabrant, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Arlie F. Garrabrant of 500 Budd St., Wednesday, Sept. 17, 1947. Survived by parents; brother, Arlie Jr.; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Blodgett of Gillett and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Garrabrant of Horseheads; and several uncles, aunts and cousins. Services at Barber Funeral Home, Horseheads, this afternoon. Rev. Harry E. Malick. Maple Grove Cemetery, Horseheads.

Carl V. Goodwin, 57, of 564 Post St., died Thursday morning, July 16, 1942, after a brief illness. Survivors; wife, Mrs. Isabelle Goodwin; three daughters, Mrs. Robert Trader, Buffalo, Mrs. Edna Bowman and Miss Barbara Goodwin, Elmira; two sons, Davis and Carl, Jr. Elmira; three grandchildren. The body is at the Wilson Funeral Home. Arrangements incomplete.

Carl V. Goodwin of 564 Post St., Saturday, 4:30 p.m. at Wilson Funeral Home. The Rev. E. A. Mathews. Woodlawn Cemetery. The body is at the family home until Saturday morning.

Members of Elmira Lodge, 62, BPOE will meet at the Elks Club Saturday at 3:30 p.m. to attend the funeral of our late brother, Carl V. Goodwin.
Jack W. Sherman
Exalted Ruler
John T. Osowski

Davis W. Gaige, 86, of Millerton, RD 1, Saturday, Oct. 20, 1945. Survived by wife, Elnora; son, Leland J. at home; six grandchildren; seven great grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. Body is at the Soper Funeral Home and will be removed to family home Sunday morning. Funeral Monday, 2 p.m. Rev. Charles Terrill. Jackson Center Cemetery.

Mrs. Daisy R. Graham, 64, of Lowman. Saturday, June 29, 1946. Survived by daughters, Mrs. Walter Gunderman of Chemung and Miss Dorothy Graham at home; sons Ernest of Elmira, Clifford of Syracuse and Laurence of Chemung; brother, James Randall of Elmira; eight grandchildren; one great grandchild. The body is at the Page Funeral Home and will be removed to the family home late Monday afternoon. Funeral there Tuesday at 2 p.m. Rev. Albert E. Davis. Chemung Cemetery.

An ice-coated pavement is blamed for the skidding of an automobile on the Lake Road Wednesday night which caused the death of Joseph E. Gude, 15, of 403 W. Broad St., Horseheads, and seriously injured three companions.
Gude, son of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph J. Gude and a junior at Horseheads High School, died of a fractured skull Thursday morning about 7. He also had chest injuries and cuts on the head and both legs.
His companions, all under treatment in St. Joseph’s Hospital are:
Richard Lain, 17, of Horseheads RD 3, possible skull fracture, internal injuries and face cuts. Condition critical.
Ernest Rodabaugh, 17, of 615 W. Franklin St., Horseheads, severe head lacerations, fractured right leg, fractured nose and possible skull fracture. Condition serious.
Eugene Bates, 19, of 303 Mill St., Horseheads, possible skull fracture, severe scalp lacerations and shock. Condition serious.
The crash occurred near the Dr. Blostein Animal Hospital, just south of 14th St.
Deputy Harry A. Wickham of the sheriff’s office said that the car driven by Rodabaugh, was headed toward Elmira on the Upper Lake Rd. The officer attributed the crash to the icy highway caused by the packing of snow which fell Wednesday evening.
He said the single-seat coupe skidded out of control, leaving the east side of the highway to crash a large elm tree headon.
The impact drove the car’s engine into the seat, crushing the occupants. Passing motorists removed Young Lain who had been riding in the trunk compartment and had been pinned there.
The James ambulance removed the youths to St. Joseph’s Hospital, Special Deputy Charles Van Riper aided Deputy Wickham in the investigation.
The Horseheads High School junior class, of which Gude was a member, cancelled a dance Thanksgiving night out of respect to the accident victim.

Joseph E. Gude, 17, of 403 Broad St., Horseheads, Thursday, Nov. 27, 1947. Survived by parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph J. Gude; brothers, S/Sgt. Albert Gude in the Pacific, and Charles (Jimmie); sisters, Mrs. William Coughlin of Horseheads, Mrs. James Holleran of Elmira, Mrs. Robert Graybill of Horseheads. The body is at VanBuskirk & Lynch Funeral Home, Horseheads, and Friday will be taken to family home. Funeral there Saturday, 9:30 a.m. at St. Matthew’s Church, Horseheads, at 10. Rev. George L. Gurney. Maple Grove Cemetery, Horseheads.